Rock N Roll Bars in Manchester
The heart and soul of Manchester is in its Rock n Roll scene and where better to experience it in this great selection of Rock n Roll music bars and nights. Whether it's 50s rock n' roll, metal, glam rock or a great live band, there is a stage and a jukebox for it, all adding up to create a rocking night out in Manchester. With a great range of drinks offers; check out our recommended list for all the venues in the Manchester nightlife scene to keep your party rocking all night.
South brings you all that is rock and all that is roll every Monday night with Remake Remodel. Head down for some seriously cheap drinks prices including 3 Jagerbombs for £5 as well as £1.50 bottles. With alternative beats mixed in; this Manchester club is guaranteed to be jumping all night long.
For a refined twist on the rock and roll scene; head down to Gullivers and watch some great live bands rocking it out all night long. With a great drinks selection and a contemporary crowd; Gullivers is a great live music venue with a passion for all things vibrant and rocking.
The Grand Central pub on Oxford Road is a well known haunt for heavy metal enthusiasts and all night rock parties. Steeped in metal heritage, the pub plays host to up and coming live rock and metal bands every Thursday night. As a music Manchester nightlife staple the pub has an incredible atmosphere. A favourite with passing people waiting for trains at the nearby Oxford Road station or of course the local regulars. 'The' place to visit if you're a metal music obsessive.
Head down to The Tiger Lounge for a great Friday night in Manchester for Mr Wilson in the lounge playing rock and roll with some soul and motown thrown in for good measure. With the party rocking ‘til 3am; it’s the perfect way to wind down after a hard day’s work and get ready for the weekend ahead.
Hugely popular with the young clubbing crowd of Manchester, get down to Satans Hollow for the best in all things punk, rock and metal. With 2 bars and cheap drinks from £1; make sure you check it out on a Friday for Roadkill; a great Manchester club night full of all things rock, electro and punk.
A stones throw away from Manchester Academy, Big Hands is the perfect bar for a few drinks when you’ve finished rocking out to your favourite band. The small venue with its unique atmosphere gets busy quickly but keeps the crowds rocking. You may even spot your favourite band venturing in to this quirky Oxford Road bar for a drink after their set.
A previous host to rocking bands such as The Manic Street Preachers, this live music venue opens till 2am Monday – Saturday spilling out the best tunes to its Northern Quarter counterparts. With a great selection of beers and real ales; head to Night and Day Cafe to experience their own unique twist on the Manchester nightlife.